I was thinking that maybe some newly diagnosed people on here would appreciate some ideas on books/cookbooks. I for one sure hate to dish out money for a book that isn\'t what I need. To start off I recommend a couple that have helped me greatly-\"The Gluten-Free Kitchen\" by Roben Ryberg- easy recipes using potato starch and cornstarch- and \"Dangerous Grains\" by James Braly, M.D. and Ron Hoggan,M.A. -this really opened my eyes to the problem of gluten and the science behind it. Easy to read and very informative. So how about it? Read any good ones lately?
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